Saturday, August 19, 2006

Linux-based HandyPC to challenge Nokia Communicator | Reg Hardware

Linux-based HandyPC to challenge Nokia Communicator | Reg Hardware: "German phone maker Road has announced its answer to Nokia's Communicator. Dubbed the HandyPC, the phone-computer combo is based on the Linux operating system and Trolltech's Qtopia GUI. It's a quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE device with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on board too."

If anyone wants to know what I want for my birthday this is it. If you can't get that I have a wishlists on Think Geek and Nerdbooks that would suffice nicely.

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